nadir point


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nadir point

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Liberum analyst Gerald Khoo described the profit forecast and guidance of non-fuel costs rising 2 percent as "disappointing." Davy Stockbrokers said it would cut its forecast by 9 percent but believed the "nadir point" had likely been reached.
This nadir point at which complications start to increase appears to be less than 120/70 mmHg.
In Figure 1, P is the intersection of the beam-pointing direction and the Earth's surface, which is called the "beam center point" (BCP) in this paper, and Q is the nadir point of the satellite.